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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on March 25, 2013
Less than 100 for a 720p camera is great. If your looking for a finely finished product though, this isn't it....yet. The mic doesn't work unless you are on the beta firmware. The web interface of AirVision has some bugs in it still. Ubiquiti is still developing the software and pushing updates though.

For the price, you can't really beat this solution if you don't need audio. Ubiquiti seems to be more like Google than Apple with their products. It doesn't quite work perfectly initially but they will fix everything and it will work better than Apple in the end.

I'm installing 3 more of these and 3 outdoor cams in the next 4 months.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on March 1, 2013
Pros:

* Inexpensive
* 1 Megapixel video at 30 frames per second.
* Microphone works when using firmware 1.2 and higher. As of March 1, 2013 this firmware is only available through the manufacturer's beta program (anyone can join and get the firmware).
* Compact
* Power over ethernet. Power and data both go through the network cable (not included).

Cons:

* Poor low light performance.
* Must drill holes in weighted base in order to wall mount.
* Some features (audio and native resolution jpeg images) only available via firmware upgrade (version 1.2+)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on May 17, 2013
Not true PoE by the IEEE 802.3af standard, but with the injector, it works out okay. Great little camera for the price, would buy again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 8, 2013
This is a perfect mini camera for office use. However, one small problem, if you are a novice like me, the instructions are hard to follow. If the install and set up were particually aimed using the KISS principal, then I'm sure these folks couldn't keep enough of them.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on January 20, 2013
Ubiquiti has been a new find for me and up until this product I have been very impressed with their wireless and switches. I bought this product without any reviews because of my other experience with Ubiquiti. This product is a great disappointment. Feature, sound, do not work and software is flawed. If you read on Ubiquiti's forum software verson 2.0 is coming but until it is hear I have serious reservations recommending this product.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on December 3, 2013
I was expecting more from this camera. Not the first time Ubuiqiti has let me down, but hey. If you need a really cheap wireless pointer cam, get it. It sucks in anything but a well lit room. Even at dusk it is unusable. I wanted this to watch my dog but I could not make the little fellow out on this camera.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 9, 2013
Cheap, PoE webcam. Looks good in daylight, pretty bad in low light. Biggest caveat is the mounting: The only "mount" that came with it is a desktop mount, had to drill through it to screw mount it to a wall. If you have decent light this is an OK camera. The PoE is handy, for the price this can be a good solution if you are using it in a decently lighted area.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on August 19, 2013
This is my first Ubiquiti camera. I really like the camera and it works very well. POE is a great feature and it it was easy to install and setup. You can download a number of FREE apps for iOS and Android that can view the camera from anywhere. The video quality is as good as you can expect at the price. It is really pretty good. The only thing that would make it even better would be a way to wall mount the camera. The base is very sturdy/heavy and it can stand up anywhere, but to be able to mount it from the wall would be perfect. Overall it is very nice though.
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on March 30, 2015
Just don't buy it. Can't work as a standalone camera with current firmware, old firmware unsafe and full of bugs. Also product has been discontinued. Not a product for novices who can't use a command-line interface, and even if you can good luck recovering old firmware features. Lots of potential but clearly the company doesn't want to support it anymore for what it's advertised to do or what the user guide says you can do. At least update the user guide so people aren't confused when they can't do any of the stuff it says the camera can do. The worst part is you can't even downgrade to the old firmware if you want to have it as a standalone camera because they don't make it available due to security issues in the firmware. HUGE FAIL on their part.
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on February 14, 2014
Pros:
Affordable
Decent recording software
Audio

Cons:
-Terrible lens adjustment option -- I damaged the lens in adjusting it
-While intuitive, local interface is CPU intensive and glitchy. I don't know how many time the manage/unmanage feature simply doesn't do what it's supposed to. For a product designed for the everyday consumer, it took a networking wiz a couple of hours to set it up.
- No night-vision.
While most indoor cams simply don't feature it, to me that's what's supposed to distinguish surveillance cams from webcams (see caminstallers.com site for details), given that most webcams can be easily configured and combined to stream live via various software.
- Finding the HD stream was pretty annoying. It default to a crappy resolution and the HD stream URL seems to be well hidden as regular font subtext. Someone should seriously consider replacing that with a button. I mean seriously; how difficult would that have been?

Conclusion:
When it comes to IP cams, your options aren't limited to indoor cams for indoor use. You can simply use an outdoor IP Camera, instead.
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